Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that the contingent workforce isn't ramping up, rather it could be ramping down.
Opinion: The gig economy is not just exploitative, it’s also sexist
Gender pay gap reporting rules don’t cover agency workers, contractors or freelancers – which means some of the worst disparities go unnoticed
In 2050, will gig economy workers answer to robo-bosses?
Futurologists present their vision of the workplace and how to succeed in it
How the gig economy is empowering big businesses and reshaping the way they function
Hiring gig workers is a way to embed diversity and inclusion within an organization
What is the gig economy? Why the future of work is online (and how to prepare)
Discover the gig economy and the likely future of work. Learn what the gig economy means for your future, and how to prepare.
The rise of the global “side hustle” and how one job isn’t enough in the gig economy
For informal entrepreneurs, options have always been limited but the digital economy is changing things.
How seniors are tapping the gig economy
Whether they're driving for Uber, renting rooms through Airbnb or selling goods on Ebay, the money they make sure helps
The Gig Economy’s Sexual Misconduct Problem, and How to Fix It
In my research I’ve heard countless tales of assault, harassment and abuse.
How will the gig economy affect the manufacturing industry?
In this type of system, independent workers are paid by the gig, typically a specific project, and when that project is complete, the worker moves on.
How to Cash in on the Gig Economy
by Leah Knapp on May 15, 2017 There’s an exciting career revolution taking place – say hello to the “gig economy,” a booming new job market characterized by workers who call their own shots, set their own schedules and control their own destinies Nowadays more and more Americans are becoming a part of this employment shift. In fact, according to a CareerBuilder survey , 29 percent of workers have some sort of side hustle, especially millennials -- 44 percent of 25-34 year-olds and…
What the Gig Economy Really Is
Because schedule flexibility and the desire to add additional income are driving agent interest in becoming gig economy workers, the contact center provides a lot of opportunities for both contact centers and their agents.
Tips For Working In The Gig Economy
No matter why, or how, you gig, there are steps you can and should take to make sure you are protected — and making the most of your gig income.
How to make it in the gig economy
4 career tips if you’re considering temporary or contract work
How To Survive In The 'Gig Economy'
How to survive in the gig economy
Freelancing can be great income, but it can also create some unique financial challenges.
What is the gig economy?
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What Is the Gig Economy?
Most people in the recruitment industry can agree that the landscape is much more turbulent than it was 20 years ago. Tactics, candidates and company culture are changing constantly, meaning anyone in the recruitment space needs to adapt regularly. This makes the job of recruiting candidates that much more complex. And, not to make life difficult, but there’s a new trend on the forefront – the Gig Economy.
The Freelancer's Guide to the Gig Economy
Want to make a bigger splash in the gig economy and be your own boss? Here is your guide.